CHRISTMAS ORDERING & CLOSURE TIMES
Five Senses will be closed from 12pm, Friday 22 December until Tuesday 2 January.
For the best chance of receiving your order before Christmas, we suggest you order before Tuesday 19 December.
Orders placed between Wednesday – Friday 22 December will be sent out, but will most likely arrive after Christmas.
Orders placed after 10am Friday 22 December & throughout closure period will be roasted & dispatched on Tuesday 2 January.
From Everyone at Five Senses, we hope you have a fantastic caffeine fuelled Christmas!
Nkonge Hill Peaberry
Structured flavours of dark berries & orange chocolate with a lingering finish.
Whilst the name and location are the same for this coffee as the Nkonge Natural, that’s where the similarities end. Peaberries are a natural mutation that make up roughly 5% of production. Instead of two developed seeds forming in the cherry a Peaberry has just one smaller oval shaped seed. This dense single seed is often characterised by increased complexity in the cup – perhaps a result of its denser and smaller physical makeup responding differently during processing and subsequent roasting. Expect condensed flavours of dark berries and orange chocolate with a lingering finish.
Switch-backing up mountainsides and across small, hand built log bridges, visiting Heza washing station can be likened to a great off-road adventure. To say Heza washing station is remote would be an understatement and yet the community that lives in the surrounding hills is a special one; comprised mostly of coffee farmers.
Heza means beautiful place in Kirundi, the local language of Burundi. With panoramic views and an ever-changing East African sky, this washing station lives up to its name.
Heza is the second washing station built by Ben and Kristy Carlson, an American family who see the potential of Burundi coffee and its farmers. It is an important part of the Long Miles Coffee Project, their farmer focused initiative.
A total of 1876 farmers delivered coffee cherry to Heza washing station in 2014. Over eight hundred of these farmers were individuals who brought cherry to the station and the remaining farmers delivered their cherry to collection points in the region.
These collection points shorten the distance farmers have to carry their coffee cherry to meet the Long Miles six hour pick-to-process quality timing mark.
Coffee collection begins in April. By the end of June the last of Burundi’s best cherries arrives at the station. Partner roasters are welcome in our part of the world at any stage during harvest season. A trip to Long Miles Coffee Project means cupping and sampling exclusive coffee, journeying to the heart of the coffee hills to see production as it happens and meeting the people dedicated to bringing you Burundi’s highest quality coffee.